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But, as he naïvely says, "the relations that follow marriage are ... a clogto an active mind"; and his kinsman Bristol was ever urging him to show hisworth "by some generous action." The result of this urging was Scanderoon.His object, plainly stated, was to ruin Venetian trade in the Levant, tothe advantage of English commerce. The aid and rescue of Algerian slaveswere afterthoughts. King James promised him a commission; but Buckingham'ssecretary, on behalf of his master absent inPage xxthe Ile de Ré, thought hisprivileges were being infringed, and the King drew back. Digby actedthroughout as if he had a "publike charge," but he was really little otherthan a pirate. He sailed from Deal in December, 1627, his ships the "Eagle"and the "George and Elizabeth." It was six months before the decisive fighttook place; but on the way he had captured some French and Spanish shipsnear Gibraltar; and what with skirmishes and sickness, his voyage did notwant for risk and episode at any time. Digby the landsman maintaineddiscipline, reconciled quarrels, doctored his men, ducked them fordisorderliness, and directed the naval and military operations like any oldveteran. At Scanderoon [now Alexandretta in the Levant] the French andVenetians, annoyed by his presence, fired on his ships. He answered withsuch pluck and decision that, after a three hours' fight, the enemy wascompletely at his mercy, and the Venetians "quitted to him the signiorityof the roade." In his Journal of the Voyage you may read a sober account,considering who was the teller of the tale, of a brilliant exploit. He doesnot disguise the fact that he was acting in defiance of his own countrymenin the Levant. The Vice-Consul at Scanderoon kept telling him that "ournation" at Aleppo "fared much the worse for his abode there." He wassetting the merchants in the Levant by the ears, and when he turned hisface homewards, the English were the most relieved of all. His exploit "inthat drowsy and inactive time ... was looked upon with general estimation,"says Clarendon. The King gave himPage xxia good welcome, but could not follow itup with any special favour; for there were many complaints over thebusiness, and Scanderoon had to be repudiated.
In winter, boil half an hour a pretty bundle of Parsley, and half as muchof Sives, and a very little Thyme, and Sweet-marjoram; when they have giventheir taste to the herbs, throw the bundle away, and do as abovesaid withthPage 122e bread. Deeper in the Winter, Parsley-roots, and White-chicoree, orNavets, or Cabbage, which last must be put in at first, as soon as the potis skimmed; and to colour the bouillon it is good to put into it (sooner orlater, according to the coursness or fineness of what you put in)Partridges or Wild-duck, or a fleshy piece of Beef half rosted. Green-peasemay some of them be boiled a pretty while in the great pot; but others in apot by themselves, with some Bouillon no longer then as if they were to eatbuttered, and put upon the dish, containing the whole stock a quarter of anhour after the other hath stewed a quarter of an hour upon the bread.Sometimes Old-pease boiled in the broth from the first, to thicken it, butno Pease to be served in with it. Sometimes a piece of the bottom of aVenison Pasty, put in from the first. Also Venison bones.
Modernist Cuisine: The Art and Science of Cooking is a 2011 cookbook by Nathan Myhrvold, Chris Young and Maxime Bilet. The book is an encyclopedia and a guide to the science of contemporary cooking.
The book was not published by a traditional publishing house. With no publishers thinking that the book would be profitable, Myhrvold and the culinary research and development lab known as The Cooking Lab published the book themselves. Its six volumes cover history and fundamentals, techniques and equipment, animals and plants, ingredients and preparation, plated dish recipes and a kitchen manual containing brief information on useful topics. At the Gourmand World Cookbook Awards 2010 the book was named "the most important cookbook of the first ten years of the 21st century" and was introduced into the group's hall of fame. Containing 2,438 pages and weighing in at 23.7 kilograms (52 lb), the work has been described as the "cookbook to end all cookbooks."
I made a batch of mooncakes this week, and they actually tasted better than store-bought (I tried to preserve the flavour of lotus seed by reducing the amount of sugar in the filling, and I used good-quality salted duck eggs). The only problem was that the skin was separated from the filling. I could see two possible reasons: 1) there was too much water in the filling (I made my own lotus seed filling) and the water came out during the baking process, so the filling shrank a bit. 2) I accidentally trapped in air bubbles when assembling the mooncakes.
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